The Maryland Chamber Foundation is pleased to welcome Timothy J. Adams, James Cantor, and Sheldon Caplis as the newest board members.
Part of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Maryland Chapter we are partnering with the Baltimore Business Journal to present the 2019 Business Philanthropy Awards at National Philanthropy Day in Baltimore.
The Maryland Chamber of Commerce is a membership made up of businesses that are rooted in collaboration and service to others. They think locally, act generously and give selflessly — making them vital to the cities and towns where they’re located.
With the 10th best overall university in the United States and one of the top medical institutions in the world, you may think Johns Hopkins is already doing enough by educating the future workforce and saving lives.
By 2021, there will be an estimated 3.5 million unfulfilled cybersecurity jobs in the United States. In Maryland alone, there are currently over 15,000 open cybersecurity jobs—that number growing by the day.
Not only do we commend DeWalt and Flags of Valor, we support them. Our Maryland Chamber Foundation encourages workforce development initiatives that build a stronger state for all Marylanders.
Support your community – and your community will support your business. This bit of advice may sound trite, but it’s still true.
As many of you know by now, historic Ellicott City in Howard County was struck this past weekend by flooding of massive proportions – the second time in less than two years – that has caused substantial damage and destruction of homes and businesses along Main Street.
“When the company was founded 20 years ago, it defined a singular, aspirational mission: to protect and enhance life,” said Emergent BioSolutions CEO Daniel J. Abdun-Nabi.